The correct options are
A No party should outrightly mobilise people of a single religion to obtain votes.
B No party should mobilise people based on caste sentiments.
D No party should be involved in intimidating voters to vote for them.
The Model of Conduct dictates that no party or candidate should outrightly mobilise people of a single religion to obtain votes. Candidates are also not supposed to mobilise people on regional and caste based sentiments. No party or candidate can threaten or bribe people to vote for them.
Similarly, voters should not allow others to vote using their identity.
Election campaigns are allowed, but campaigning is prohibited within 100 metres of polling stations on the polling day.